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HOLD~ Browning A5 Stock Set~HOLD

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Auctioneer, Jun 3, 2012.

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  1. Auctioneer

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    Is this wood for a 2 3/4 gun or a 3" gun?
     
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    I gotta hand it to you Joe, you come up with some neet stuff. I love it.
     
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    What ga. does this stock set fit?
     
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    Light 12 or Magnum? Thanks, Jeff
     
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    Isn't that asking price about what a Browning A5 is worth? Just asking as I need one for a 60's A5. Thanks Jim
     
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    P.M. sent.
     
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    To: to fast- I have seen nice A-5's sell for well North of 500. Replacing your wood with new wood will double the value. Well used models go for 250. 215 shipped to your door is a good deal if you are looking to re-sell your shotgun.
    HOWEVER... My friend Pete told me that Browning will be reintroducing the A5 this year. That may affect the value of the old A-5's...
     
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    u hav no clue scott new a 5 nothing 2 do with old a5 an would luv a old a5 at 250 bucks omg get a life
     
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    I’m sorry Lightning; I didn’t mean to upset you. I think you misread my post. I think the wood that Smokin Joe has listed is a great deal at 215 shipped. It will double the value of any 60% A5. If you check the blue book you will see that 60% is in the 250 range. An upgrade on wood to Joe’s wood is a great investment. That’s all I was saying. Just trying to help move Joe’s Ad to the top.
    On the new A5, I haven’t seen one yet to make the comparison. I have attached a link for you to see what I read.
    http://www.browning.com/library/infonews/detail.asp?id=372
     
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    Not trying to hi jack Joe's thread,but if any of you a-5 guys need a magnum barrel I have one,good shape,32" with rib.Put Joe's set and this barrel together,you'd almost have a new gun.

    Doug H.
     
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    This is a square deal and the venerable Auto-5 remains a great hunting shotgun (as it's been for a hundred years). The Belgian Light Twelves and Sweet Sixteens are Classics.

    -Gary
     
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